Isn’t this usually what the Denver Nuggets do to other teams? This play happened on Saturday night, but in case you missed it, you need to watch it now. A Houston Rockets fast break that ends with James Anderson dunking right through Evan Fournier‘s face for the and-one. Poor Evan was set up to take a charge – that’s what you get for trying to be a gamer. Read More »
/ Apr 5, 2013 / 10:46 am
While Brooklyn was getting owned by Nazr Mohammed on TNT last night, the University of Detroit’s Doug Anderson was blowing things up on ESPN in the college dunk contest. Read More »
Like the rest of the basketball world, we’re sure you’re glued to this Miami Heat/Chicago Bulls game on on ESPN. However this thing turns out, the one thing that is certain is that the Bulls are giving LeBron James & Co. everything they can handle.
If the Bulls do hold on, one of the highlights that will be played over and over again will be this alley oop that Jimmy Butler caught on Chris Bosh‘s head: Read More »
Want to know a great way to follow up getting elbowed in the head in a basketball game? About a minute later, find yourself backpedaling on defense in the face of a 2-on-1 fast break where one of the “2” is LeBron James. Then do the only thing you can think of doing to save your life: cover up and hope for the best.
Stay alive Beni Udrih,just stay alive: Read More »
Wow. Check out this move and finish from Nate Robinson in last night’s Bulls/Blazers game. Nate splits the Portland double team with a reverse between-the-legs dribble and then jets down the lane to unleash a monster one-handed dunk: Read More »
LeBron James‘ stomping of every Clevelander’s revenge dream last night was downright villainous, like something so cartoonishly cruel, it could have been right out of a WWE story line.
It makes this video perfect for this morning. Someone took the savage dunk that ‘Bron put on Jason Terry the other night and overlaid with perfect classic commentary from famed WWE announcer Jim Ross: Read More »
While it didn’t go very well in general for Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder last night in Denver, Russ and the guys did have their moments.
Check out this in-bounds play they ran in the third quarter of last night’s game that results in Westbrook catching a massive alley oop with zero resistance from the Nuggets. Denver’s announcers ar disgusted: Read More »
Oklahoma City guard Reggie Jackson is 6-3. JaVale McGee is 7-0 and is in the business of dunking on people and swatting shots.
Not this time. Last night Jackson was a real highlight for the Thunder, his performance punctuated by this explosive two-hand slam right on McGee: Read More »
Holy … did you see the fast break alley oop that LeBron James caught on Jason Terry right before halftime a few minutes ago? Read More »
If you watched the Clippers and Knicks on National TV yesterday you know that L.A. sort of sleepwalked through the first portion of the game but then were shocked back to life by series of massive dunks by Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan. [Check out the 10 Best Blake Griffin/DeAndre Jordan Dunks of March (so far)]
One of those kickstarters was this Blake Griffin one-handed fastbreak alley-oop from Chris Paul in the third quarter. Chris Copeland is lucky he gave a half-hearted steal attempt on the pass or he might not be alive this morning. Read More »